Founded in 1985, Stelios Ieronymides & Associates LLC has established itself as one of Cyprus’ major legal offices with strong representation and associates, in many E.U. and Eastern European countries. Throughout the years of working with foreign clientele, investors and business people, the firm has acquired vast experience on matters pertaining to international business.
“Our firm is at the forefront of all legal developments and provides extensive legal services for domestic and international clientele, with effective and high standard support, on matters of corporate, property, immigration and family law as well as tax planning and ship registration” explained Mr. Stelios Ieronymides, Managing Director of the firm.
With a highly-competent and effective team of lawyers and associates, the firm has established a fiduciary and service provision network, which facilitates corporates or trusts, at the highest standards. “Over the years, we have registered a substantial number of foreign corporates, trusts and shipping entities, that include banks, air-carriers, financial institutions, ship and property owners, to which we have provided legal support, tax planning, administration or fiduciary services” he commented.
“Cyprus” he continued, “as a member of the European Union, is considered a developed international business center, and maintains the lowest taxation. The treaties for avoidance of double taxation which Cyprus has ratified with the United States, among others, provide the opportunity to U.S. entities, to establish and be benefited from this favorable tax regime.”
“We must note that the recent upgrade in U.S. Cyprus political relations, which expanded to better and closer business ties, can benefit U.S. business entities, as Cyprus with its ideal geographic location, stable government and economy can be a reliable base for expanding in Europe, Middle East and Africa” said Ieronymides.
• Stelios Ieronymides is the Managing Director of Stelios Ieronymides & Associates LLC. (http://www.steliosieronymides.com)
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